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Idaho: Class Actions Lawyers
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Class Actions Lawyers in Common Idaho Cities
Common Idaho Counties
- Ada County, ID
- Bannock County, ID
- Bingham County, ID
- Blaine County, ID
- Bonner County, ID
- Bonneville County, ID
- Canyon County, ID
- Cassia County, ID
- Elmore County, ID
- Franklin County, ID
- Fremont County, ID
- Gem County, ID
- Gooding County, ID
- Idaho County, ID
- Jefferson County, ID
- Jerome County, ID
- Kootenai County, ID
- Latah County, ID
- Madison County, ID
- Minidoka County, ID
- Nez Perce County, ID
- Payette County, ID
- Shoshone County, ID
- Twin Falls County, ID
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Class Action Lawyers Can Help
Whether you purchased a defective product, have been involved in an investment scheme or are experiencing mistreatment on the job, you may run into other people who have similar experiences. In these situations, a class action lawyer can help. If you and others have been injured or suffered a monetary loss due to an organization’s action, you can use the power of collective action (a class action lawsuit) to earn compensation.
What Is a Class Action?
A class-action lawsuit allows many people with the same claim – both those located in Idaho and nationwide – against an organization to act at the same time. Depending on the action, different people may have experienced different types of harm. They will be sorted into “classes” in the lawsuit.
Because of the size and complexity of class action lawsuits, not every law firm is equipped to handle them. We have assembled a list of law firms that are capable of handling these claims for you and others who have experienced the same type of harm.
Common Reasons For Class Action Lawsuits
- Financial crimes – Securities and investment fraud, including Ponzi schemes, are one of the most common reasons people seek collective action. Famous examples include Bernie Madoff and the Wells Fargo account fraud scandals.
- Dangerous drugs/health products – Prescription drugs, over the counter medication and medical devices can harm many people due to their widespread use to treat a variety of medical conditions. Examples include lawsuits related to talcum powder and opioids.
- Defective products – Many people can purchase a number of goods before they realize something is wrong. In 2010, Toyota was the defendant in a lawsuit related to defective airbags. Class action lawsuits can be an important step in improving product safety for consumers in the future.
- Employment actions – Employees may experience widespread discrimination, termination or wage theft. One employee missing a few hundred dollars on their paycheck may not make a viable lawsuit. However, many employees who have experienced the same thing can take action together.
- Environmental hazards – Many people can be harmed when an organization does not follow rules the related to the disposal of chemicals and other environmental hazards. For example, people who live along a river may use a class action lawsuit to recover damages due to a company dumping chemicals in the water.
- Civil rights violations – Businesses that do not accommodate people with disabilities or police departments that have engaged in racial profiling have been subject to class-action lawsuits in the past.
These and other types of class action claims can be further complicated when they are interwoven with issues such as the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic or other factors that can amplify the harm that people experience.
How Do I Choose A Class Action Attorney?
Consider the following when researching different lawyers and law offices that practice in the field of class action claims:
- Comfort Level
- - Are you comfortable telling the lawyer personal information? Does the lawyer seem interested in solving your problem and providing the legal help you need?
- - How long has the lawyer been in practice in Idaho? Has the lawyer worked on many other class action cases?
- - Does the lawyer offer a free consultation? Is the lawyer paid up front, or after your case is complete? Can the lawyer estimate the full cost of your case?
- - Is the lawyer's office conveniently located near you? How far away is the law office from your home?